Dial Regional Sports Complex


The Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team has welcomed a Deed of Agreement signing for the Dial Regional Sports Complex.

The Turnbull Liberal government is contributing $3.5 million toward the project, honouring a commitment made at the federal election.

The project will see the construction of two regional sports ovals with lighting, fencing, irrigation and associated facilities. The complex will include a new access road and car parking, a pavilion, community hub, tracks and trails.
Liberal Senator for Tasmania Stephen Parry said the project’s vision is a credit to the Central Coast Council and will create significant community benefits.

“The complex will increase the facility standards for football and cricket players and their spectators. It will also provide improved facilities and opportunities for a number of other potential sport, recreation and community users.

“It’s important to acknowledge the work of Brett Whiteley who strongly advocated for the Dial Regional Sports Complex and made sure it was supported through an election commitment.”

Central Coast Mayor Jan Bonde said confirmation of the federal funding will now allow the project to commence early in the new year.

“We thank the Federal Government, along with Brett Whiteley for the belief in this project and the future economic and sporting benefits this development will provide to the region,” Mayor Bonde said.

The Central Coast Council is managing the delivery of the complex, which is expected to be completed in March 2018.

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